Wales' sporting weekend in photos 26 Apr 2013 From the section Wales Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/wales/22319198 Read more about sharing. World Championship debutant Michael White beats Thailand's Dechawat Poomjaeng 13-3 to reach the quarter-finals at the Crucible in Sheffield Perpignan fly-half James Hook takes on Stade Francais in their Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final clash in which the Welshman scored 17 points in his side's 25-22 defeat Former owner Sam Hamman was a guest of current owner Vincent Tan for Cardiff City’s final home game of the season against Bolton Wanderers. Former Cardiff City chairman Sam Hammam (left) watches the Championship match against Bolton as a guest of current owner Vincent Tan Cardiff defender Matthew Connolly holds off Bolton striker Marvin Sordell in the Championship clash at Cardiff City Stadium. Josh Vela celebrates with Chris Eagles, who gave Bolton an 18th minute lead against champions Cardiff. But Craig Noone levelled for Cardiff in the second half and the game finished 1-1 Cardiff City players and staff celebrate after receiving the Championship trophy following the game against Bolton Wanderers. Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan and manager Malky Mackay proudly show off the Championship trophy Wales striker Craig Bellamy leads Cardiff's celebrations Former Wales caretaker manager Brian Flynn salutes the Doncaster Rovers following a 1-0 win at Brentford which secured promotion to the Championship Wales’ Lee Byrne and former Scarlets centre Regan King celebrate after Clermont Auvergne beat Munster 16-10 to reach their first Heineken Cup final Leading 2-1 from the first leg, Brett Ormerod extends Wrexham’s lead over Kidderminster Harriers in the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off semi-final second leg at Aggborough. Wrexham fans, with over 1,500 in attendance at Aggborough, celebrate Brett Ormerod’s goal. Wrexham left-back Neil Ashton battles for the ball with Kidderminster’s Martin Devaney Although Chey Dunkley scores for Harriers, Joe Clarke’s free-kick restores Wrexham’s advantage at Aggborough. Neil Ashton’s late penalty secures the win for Wrexham and a return to Wembley in the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final on 5 May. Swansea City defender tangles with Chelsea striker Demba Ba during the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge. Oscar shoots past Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm to open the scoring for Chelsea Chelsea’s Ramires keeps a close eye on Swansea’s Michu. Substitute Frank Lampard, who spent a loan spell with Swansea early on in his career, scores Chelsea’s second goal from the penalty spot. Christian Jolley wheels away in celebration after putting Newport County ahead in the second leg of their Blue Square Bet Premier play-off semi-final against Grimsby, increasing the aggregate lead to 2-0 Newport County's Alex Gilbey takes on Grimsby's Andi Thanoj at a packed Rodney Parade Newport County captain David Pipe keeps Grimsby winger Marcus Marshall at bay as the Exiles win 1-0 to set up a final against Wrexham at Wembley. Newport players celebrate the victory over Grimsby following the final whistle at Rodney Parade.